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Garnier Launches Garden Made From Non-Recyclable Beauty Waste

June 19, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
L'Oréal USA's subsidiary Garnier developed the first community garden in New York made from non-recyclable post-consumer beauty product waste. Created in partnership with recycling firm TerraCycle and environmental programs company GrowNYC, the garden project is part of Garnier's efforts to find environment-friendly and sustainable solutions for beauty care products. Garnier's Personal Care and Beauty Brigade Program collected the beauty waste to be used for the garden project. Otherwise destined for landfills, the collected waste includes non-recyclable hair-care, skin-care, and cosmetics packaging.
"Waste not; want not – Garnier’s green garden made from beauty waste", Cosmetics Design, June 19, 2013, © William Reed Business Media SAS
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